Areas of expertise
- Digital Agriculture
- Monitoring and Environmental Informatics
- Sustainable Land Systems
Neha completed her BSc in Geography at the University of Leicester, focusing her thesis research on assessing the impact of climate change on the sustainability of the University of Leicester's George Davis Centre for Medicine and the Maurice Shock building. She continued on at the same University to complete her MSc in Geographical Information Science, with a thesis that used a combination of GIS and remote sensing tools to assess access to greenspaces of varying quality during the UK's first national COVID-19 lockdown and its connection to deprivation in Reading. Neha has now joined Cranfield to pursue a PhD in Earth Observation for sustainable sugarcane production.
Neha is carrying out her PhD research within Cranfield University's School of Water, Energy and Environment in the Agrifood department. Her PhD research focuses on how Earth observation imagery and machine learning methods can be used to improve the sustainably of sugarcane production in India.